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Carl Schurz Park New York 1922

by William Glackens

Carl Schurz Park New York 1922 - William Glackens
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Carl Schurz Park New York 1922 - William Glackens

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English: "Carl Schurz Park New York 1922" oil on Canvas, location: The White House, Washington D.C., USA.
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William Glackens

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The White House, Washington D.C., USA

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